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15% off Capsiplex (FAT BURNER) in August £25.50

£25.50 @ Testing
Normal Price is £29.99 per 30 caps Using CA1508 Code 30 caps are now £25.50 (15% off) Delivery is £3.95 Used by J-Lo and Brad Pitt, previously only available on NHS for obese patients. N… Read More
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6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago
Normal Price is £29.99 per 30 caps
Using CA1508 Code 30 caps are now £25.50 (15% off)
Delivery is £3.95


Used by J-Lo and Brad Pitt, previously only available on NHS
for obese patients. Now available to the public. Ingredient is
chilli extract which increase thermogenesis which burns more
calories.

• Burn 278 More Calories
• Increase Energy
• Stimulate Metabolism
• Burn fat
• Burn Carbs


MY TWO CENTS
Yes it does work, it will burn anywhere from 1-278 calories if you
have a good diet with regular exercise. No miracle pill
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#1
It might help OP if you tell people what Capsiplex are......oO
#2
http://www.capsiplex.com/ProductCart/images/inner-page-banner.jpg

Capsicum Extract reduces appetite, increases metabolism, burns calories, reduces body mass and reduces body fat.

This proven effective formulation is winning new customers for retail leaders in the nutraceutical industry and its source is as familiar to your targeted customers as the jar of salsa in your refrigerator.

For decades, scientists have known about the weight loss potential of red hot peppers also known as Capsicum.

in fact over the past 30 years studies including animal and human subjects prove the enormous potential of red hot peppers and Capsicum as a safe and effective nutritional ingredient to support weight management.

No Question, the Problem Is Delivery. Why?
To Experience the Benefits. One Would Have To Consume 10 Grams of Red Hot Peppers Every Day, Day after Day for Several Weeks,
The Alternative Would Be to take Concentrated Form of Red Hot Peppers. Capsicum Extract Is Hot Unbelievably Hot and Effective Levels Are Highly Irritating to the Stomach. It Is Also Difficult to Manufacture. Airborne Capsicum Extract Can Be Extremely Uncomfortable When Inhaled or even in Contact with the
Skin Major Precautions are taken to Combat the Intensity of Capsicum Extract for Consumption Have Resulted
in Diluted Ineffective Formulations That Is until Now

Using a Proprietary Patented Matrix of excipients and coatings. Capsiplex Capsicum Extract Gives Users the Maximum Effectiveness of Capsaicinoids without Any Oral or Gastric Irritation. Capsiplex's Process to Load a High-Strength Capsicum Extract into an Inert Central Core. This innovative step increases both The Unique Outer Coating is Designed to withstand the low PH level of the stomach and then release the Capsicum Extract in Higher PH Levels of the intestine, where No Discomfort Is Felt Capsiplex Breaks down Completely in the Intestine, which means No Discomfort upon Voiding.



Edited By: ag55 on Aug 06, 2010 16:43: bold
#3
" No Discomfort Is Felt Capsiplex Breaks down Completely in the Intestine, which means No Discomfort upon Voiding"

'Voiding'......:|......sounds a bit iffy to me.
#4
no1john
" No Discomfort Is Felt Capsiplex Breaks down Completely in the Intestine, which means No Discomfort upon Voiding"

'Voiding'......:|......sounds a bit iffy to me.

Voiding aka all the fat will be pooped out in oil like form!
#5
Does exactly the same as honey... only honey is a lot cheaper.
#6
"No Discomfort upon Voiding"

thats means that when you do "void" it wont be like eating a whole curry the next morning.
the actual fat is burned, not pooped out like that alli stuff
#7
I would guess that this pill would have a negative affect on the integrity of the neural pathways responsible for micturition (parasympathetic), continence (sympathetic), and their control and co-ordination while i was in public oO
#8
Call me old fashioned, but what's wrong with regular exercise and a healthy diet?
Don't tell me................its water retention/I'm big-boned/I hardly eat anything etc

Yawn
#9
abattoir
Call me old fashioned, but what's wrong with regular exercise and a healthy diet?
Don't tell me................its water retention/I'm big-boned/I hardly eat anything etc

Yawn


whats wrong is people are weak and want fast results. this should boost their efforts
#10
All the porkers will be voting this cold, God forbid they buy something that means they have to give up cakes and pies, lol!
#11
i know lol, fatties who think this miracle pill will allow them to carry on eating crap and still lose weight. sorry but it doesnt work like that. the cold deal temperature will still help burn calories lol
#12
I once saw a really fat bloke sat on a rower in the gym (not actually rowing!) and he was eating a packet of crisps.LOL. Said it all really.
#13
what a lot of rubbish. There is no such thing as a "fat burner".
#14
dwl99
what a lot of rubbish. There is no such thing as a "fat burner".

yes there is, your metabolism

if your metabolism speeds up then you use more calories, dependant on your diet will depend on how quickly the fat in your body is used as fuel.

you can speed up your metabolism with exercise, with caffine, with cayenne pepper, in fact there are lots of 'food' stuffs which will increase the metabolism, normally through thermogenics.

there are drugs you can get which also speed up the metabolism which in turn will speed up the process of using fat stores for fuel.

i think you are getting hung up on the terminology, when someone says " he went like a rocket" you would think they ran fast, not that 8 astronauts got inside him and were propelled into outer space.

burning fat merely means to lose fat more quickly by it being used as the primary fuel for the body,

Edited By: brum on Aug 07, 2010 08:55: i made a basic spelling error ...Doh
#15
some people are just uneducated about weight loss and probably voting cold.
never mind
#16
So all the lardies want to do is sit on their big behinds all day and pop pills to lose weight.
Sounds like a heart attack waiting to happen!
#17
brum
dwl99
what a lot of rubbish. There is no such thing as a "fat burner".


yes there is, your metabolism

if your metabolism speeds up then you use more calories, dependant on your diet will depend on how quickly the fat in your body is used as fuel.

you can speed up your metabolism with exercise, with caffine, with cayenne pepper, in fact there are lots of 'food' stuffs which will increase the metabolism, normally through thermogenics.

there are drugs you can get which also speed up the metabolism which in turn will speed up the process of using fat stores for fuel.

i think you are getting hung up on the terminology, when someone says " he went like a rocket" you would think they ran fast, not that 8 astronauts got inside him and were propelled into outer space.

burning fat merely means to lose fat more quickly by it being used as the primary fuel for the body,


Nobody has ever shown in a placebo-controlled trial that these products lead to weight loss. So there is no such thing as a fat burner!
#18
Oh dear oh dear. So thermogenics don't exist? Your logic would mean fat can't ever be used as fuel. Please enlighten us. Athletes wanting to get certain results use diets and suppliments to help achieve targets, they are also wrong? Or fat for using more than 1 way to reach their targets?
I'm not saying this particular product is more or less effective than other products but some of the comments are laughable.
#19
brum
Oh dear oh dear. So thermogenics don't exist? Your logic would mean fat can't ever be used as fuel. Please enlighten us. Athletes wanting to get certain results use diets and suppliments to help achieve targets, they are also wrong? Or fat for using more than 1 way to reach their targets?
I'm not saying this particular product is more or less effective than other products but some of the comments are laughable.


Yes, an increased metabolic rate will result in weight loss. No, these products have never been shown in clinical trials to result an any more weight loss that giving placebos. So they are ineffective.
#20
dwl99
brum
Oh dear oh dear. So thermogenics don't exist? Your logic would mean fat can't ever be used as fuel. Please enlighten us. Athletes wanting to get certain results use diets and suppliments to help achieve targets, they are also wrong? Or fat for using more than 1 way to reach their targets?
I'm not saying this particular product is more or less effective than other products but some of the comments are laughable.


Yes, an increased metabolic rate will result in weight loss. No, these products have never been shown in clinical trials to result an any more weight loss that giving placebos. So they are ineffective.


All of the processes—both the building up of heat and its dissipation by the body, and the chemical interchanges of various kinds—which go to make up the machinery of the body, are called "metabolism."

Thermogenics heat up the body which increases your metabolic rate, idiot
#21
Personal abuse aside, these products do not work. If they did they would be regulated as medicines and have made their inventors millions by now.
#22
This was prescription only on the NHS for a number of years, it only recently became available to the public. Next thing you'll say is all prescription grade medicines don't work. Get your facts right
#23
oh really? What name was it marketed under? Why isn't it available on prescription now?
ag55
This was prescription only on the NHS for a number of years, it only recently became available to the public. Next thing you'll say is all prescription grade medicines don't work. Get your facts right


oh really? What name was it marketed under? Why isn't it available on prescription now? This has never been prescribed as a weight loss medication on the NHS. Also curiously not mentioned at all in the latest clinical guidelines for managing obesity NICE guidelines


Edited By: dwl99 on Aug 09, 2010 16:30: url
#24
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-1286417/Fat-busting-drug-Capsiplex-snapped-slimmers-sells-days.html

"It includes the clinically-proven Methylcellulose, which doctors prescribe to around 10,000 dieters every year."
"The pills contain an increased dosage of blood sugar-regulating Chromium, fat burner L-Carnitine and 'star' ingredient Methylcellulose."

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-1286417/Fat-busting-drug-Capsiplex-snapped-slimmers-sells-days.html#ixzz0w83X2T00

i think you should quit now, your making yourself look like a right nut

Edited By: ag55 on Aug 09, 2010 18:00: add
#25
Thank you for your charming but misspelled reply. Methylcellulose is mainly used as a laxative. It absorbs water & swells and can make you feel full up. It is not a "fat-burner" (whatever that means). The British National Formulary says "there is little evidence to support its use in the management of obesity". The Daily Mail article is a load of rubbish with no evidence to back it up. These "wonder drug" articles are ten a penny. Save your money.

Edited By: dwl99 on Aug 09, 2010 19:04: url
#26
Lets face it, any person is guaranteed to lose weight if they burn off more calories than they consume.
These "fat burners" are nothing but a gimmic, preying on fat people who will spend money in a desparate bid to lose weight by sitting on their fat behinds.
They are better off spending £29.99 on some gym kit e.g. floor mat & exercise ball.
:)
#27
abattoir
Lets face it, any person is guaranteed to lose weight if they burn off more calories than they consume.These "fat burners" are nothing but a gimmic, preying on fat people who will spend money in a desparate bid to lose weight by sitting on their fat behinds.They are better off spending £29.99 on some gym kit e.g. floor mat & exercise ball.:)

im not sure anyone with any sense would think that sitting down popping pills and doing no exercise is good for you, or claiming it will help lose the fat sotres in your body, however just with any low fat or low sugar products, if used in conjunction with exercise they can help MORE than merely exercise alone.

ephedrine or at least in its leaf form ma huang, has for hundreds of years been recognised world wide as a 'slimming' aid or as it would now be called, a fat burner. oddly enough it has never been a prescription drug however in the last few years it has been banned in many countries ( primarily as it is a key ingredient for crystal meth).

the people banging on that you cant lose fat unless you only exercise are not just missing a trick, they are missing the obvious, the key to changing the structure of your body is diet first exercise second and suppliments 3rd. add all 3 together and you get the optimum effects for fat loss, muscle development or what ever you want to make of your body.

if you want a suppliment, do the research on the ingredients, if they are proven thermogenically to increase the core temperature of the body then you can be sure it will be that extra little help in the big picture.

the best places to go are normally the body building sites if you want correct information. people who spend time and money to self improve, word soon gets around if a product has been of any benefit or if it is no good. there is normally a section on weight loss with lots of sensible advice.

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